Listen to Christina Aguilera's New HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE Song
The highly anticipated "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" does not come out until next month but you can get a preview of the film's soundtrack right now. Check out this just released clip of Christina Aguilera's song from the film, entitled: "We Remain."
Along with Aguilera, Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF) and Republic Records today announced a powerful, star-studded lineup for the soundtrack to the motion picture The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, mixing established music icons including seven-time Grammy winning band Coldplay, and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Patti Smith, along with some of the hottest Billboard chart topping newcomers in the music business.
Also top-lining this exceptionally talent-rich collection are The Lumineers, whose self-titled debut album achieved platinum sales status in the US, Canada (3x), UK, Ireland and Australia and Gold in Germany and France, with their hit single "Ho Hey" selling over 4.5 million single downloads in the US. Lorde, whose debut single "Royals" just made her the first female artist to top the Billboard Alternative Songs chart since Tracy Bonham in 1996, will also be featured on the soundtrack.
Multi-platinum alternative rock band Imagine Dragons, whose 6x platinum selling song "Radioactive" was dubbed "the biggestbreakout of the year" by Rolling Stone magazine; UK singer / songwriter Ellie Goulding whose recent release Halcyon Days includes platinum singles "Anything Could Happen" and "I Need Your Love;" Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter Sia, whose recent collaborations "Titanium" with David Guetta and "Wild Ones" with Flo Rida were both featured in the Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 hits; pop indie duo Phantogram, who have collaborated with Big Boi, graced the cover of Filter Magazine, and who will release their debut album this fall; and platinum-certified Icelandic folk collective Of Monsters and Men, which became an international presence with the ubiquitous single "Little Talks," contribute tracks as well.
Acclaimed Brooklyn rockers The National, much buzzed about Nashville-based artist Mikky Ekko, the artist The Weeknd, and award-winning singer-songwriter Santigold round out the white-hot The Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack, which has already seen its first release, Coldplay's "Atlas," debut at #1 on the iTunes Overall Top Songs chart. "Atlas" marks the first-ever motion picture soundtrack contribution written and recorded by Coldplay.